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About bryancargill

Bryan Cargill is a student at the University of Oregon pursuing a degree in journalism with a focus in videography, and a minor in multimedia. When not working at the University of Oregon Student Recreation Center as a graphic artist and videographer, he can be found with a camera making a short documentaries, music videos, or simply capturing the moment. He also enjoys his position as the content developer and videographer for the non-profit, SmartRoots, which focuses on the empowerment of children through sustainable education. Cargill’s hobbies include videography, photography, playing guitar, biking, digital art and learning about innovative forms of alternative energy.

Graphic Design & The Commercial World

By: Bryan Cargill Jefferson Westside Neighbors is host to many graphic artists, some work from home while others own growing design shops. Their work ranges from making shirts for University of Oregon intramural teams to supporting local companies like Ninkasi. … Continue reading

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Q & A with Leanne Miller

By: Bryan Cargill Leanne Miller is a naturally creative person, with a focus in photography that has been crafted since she was in high school. With the success of her photography business, Leanne Miller Media, she has recently incorporated videography … Continue reading

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Christine Beneda – Graphic Designer

EUGENE, Ore. – On the corner of 17th and Van Buren sits a grayish-blue house that is filled with creativity, flourishing nature, and fond memories. Aunt Betties’ salt and pepper collection, family photos, and inspirational paintings hang from the walls. … Continue reading

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JWN: News Survey

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Residents of Jefferson Westside Neighbors get their news from a variety of sources. The sunny suburbs of JWN bustled with life as the beautiful Friday afternoon was host to a myriad of outdoor activities … Continue reading

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A Slice of Life

By: Bryan Cargill Upon encountering the cozy wooden alcove to purchase a mini, small, medium, or large pizza, the smell of breads and cheeses wafts throughout the room. Infatuating a moment of desire; one can only succumb to carefree indulgence. … Continue reading

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Five Fab Videographers and Companies

By: Bryan Cargill As the age of Twitter allows for quicker and more intimate updates of various professional individuals, we are able to connect through hash tags and only 140 characters. From live on set tweets to camera information to … Continue reading

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JWN: Petals and Thorns

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Within driving distance of the mountains, deserts of Bend, the coast, and large cities like Portland, location is the selling point for many residents of Jefferson Westside Neighbors. There is an abundance of beauty … Continue reading

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Beat: Capturing Videography

By: Bryan Cargill My whole life I have been fascinated by the art of videography. The way that you can capture a moment, and manipulate our world is almost magical. Ever since junior year of high school when I received … Continue reading

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JWN: Cruisin’

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Numerous churches, construction, and an ice rink are trademarks of Jefferson Westside Neighbors. Our trio, scoured the land as we drove and walked the area between 7th to 18th, and chambers to lawrence, in … Continue reading

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EMU: More Than Just a Renovation

EUGENE, Ore. – On campus you may have noticed bulldozers, fenced off areas, and men wearing bright orange vests with hard hats. That is because the EMU is beginning to undergo a major makeover. After over fifty years, the EMU … Continue reading

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